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Wednesday, May 20, 2020

COVID 19 - Nigerian Govt Tells Nigerians To Prepare For The Worst

The Minister of Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire, has told Nigerians to prepare for the worst, even as the Federal Government works to contain the spread of COVID-19.







Ehanire stated this while speaking on Tuesday, during the daily briefing of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19.

The Minister urged health workers and citizens to do their best to learn more about coronavirus, even as President Muhammadu Buhari extends the easing of restrictions in Lagos, Ogun and FCT.


“Yesterday, the President authorized extending easing of restrictions in Lagos, Ogun and FCT by another two weeks. The lockdown in Kano was also extended by two weeks, to address remaining challenges to containing the increasing number of confirmed COVID-19 cases.

“It is of great importance that we – members of the health sector and citizens, endeavour to use this period to dedicate efforts to strive for the best, but also prepare for the worst.
As we learn more about coronavirus every day, we must be ready to adjust our strategy, based on knowledge and evidence,” Ehanire said.

from dailypost

40 comments:

  1. God will see us through. .I'm already tired of the face mask thing😒😒 almost fainted yesterday because of it..I'm really tired and this corona virus thing has affected me psychological. I don't feel happy anymore ,anytime I put on the TV, it's everywhere,😳😳😳 Can't I just go a day without hearing the word "corona virus"😳

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    1. When Gates said there might be dead bodies on the streets except more is done, we said, “God forbid.” she was looking beyond what we are seeing. She saw ignorance, a people living in denial, a people who are blinded by religion, ridiculous, contradictory conspiracy theories rather than being guided by the science. People need to wake up. At this time, quarantine, social distancing and proper hygiene should be our way of life.

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    2. I hope they are not planning to open schools now with what they are saying. Please they should leave children at home till this is curtailed. With the infrastructure in place in France, all the schools that opened barely two weeks ago have been closed because of infection.

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    3. This is not the best time to be a Nigeria, I read somewhere that Rwandan just purchased 5 Roberts that can screen 150 people per minute. Isn't this what my Country would have done in the one month lockdown? Ensure strict lockdown and carry out test, isolate and treat those that are infected, but no, they will rather steal money that they don't need than work for the common good of all.

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    4. Anon 9:11 these robots were made by human being like you or lemme say citizen like you. What have you done to help in ending this pandemic instead of complaining on social media

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    5. Anon 9:11 these robots were made by human being like you or lemme say citizen like you. What have you done to help in ending this pandemic instead of complaining on social media

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    6. No be only Roberts na seyi

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    7. Anon 08:35 are the statistics any better in the US?
      Abeg she should take her prophecy of doom and shift front.

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    8. Thank you Agadi. They are even surprised that our immune system is fighting it so well. If by now no dropping of dead bodies here and there since it came into Nigeria like over there then God is really giving us grace as Africans. Our environment, foods,we being used to malaria, dirty natural resources etc.

      It's not a matter of govt hiding numbers of deaths cos this is social media age so it would have been flying around the internet.
      Let us do more by strengthening our immune systems with garlic, ginger, vic C,cod liver oil, turmeric, lime, lemon, apple cider vinegar, fresh vegetables, tomatoes, fresh fishes like tuna, salmon, Titus. Anything you can lay hands on all in moderation pls.
      Pray to God for grace and healing, remain positive and thankful to God. Control our fears cos it brings our thoughts into manifestation. It weakens the mind and thereby weakens the immune system too. Give our health care workers morale by reducing our criticism, we are Africans and not Americans, British or Europeans.

      #GodIsWithUs#
      #SocialDistancing#
      #StaySafe#

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    9. Thanks dear @Jinel.

      Anon08:35 Melinda Gates is a human and not God , Jehovah has the final say and she's not him, so her prophesy of doom will backfire by God's grace. πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜•

      Anon 09:11 . It sucks to be a Nigerian at this particular time.😩😩

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    10. Please everyone should go easy on garlic, ginger, lemon. Too acidic and thins out the stomach lining...

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    11. 8:35, so why are the world's 'most scientific' the worst hit presently, if science is the answer-all? How are u certain that it's not Nigeria's faith in God (indeed, the religion ur like love to attack) that's been keeping the numbers down in the face of diseases like this?

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  2. God when will all be back to normal? the world is already on standby.

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  3. Ha! Please let's endeavour to adhere to the protective masures, father heal our land.


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  4. Do not be afraid people.. We are coming out strong..

    God bless everyone out there doing their best to contain this virus.

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  5. I'm preparing for my best. They should be proactive in handling this and stop shouting doom doom doom.

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  6. PTF don"t sakara anybody. Orun nya bo ni, ko ki se oro eni kan.
    God will see us through.

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  7. God na your ✋ we dey...The minister is literally telling us every man for himself.

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  8. God will see us through

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  9. Even on twitter, the NCDC post doesn’t have lots of likes and comments as it used to.

    I believe people are just learning to live with it,whatever happens...

    All these stories coming from people who were once isolated are not helping matters too.

    God help us.Amen

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  10. Hmmmmm,no cure in sight yet so yup we should prepare for the worst is just something logical to say but that wouldn't be our gas,Amen.

    I'm tired

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  11. We are Nigerians. We are rugged. We are special. Nothing worst will happen. Baba God who has kept us so far is still at work. Nothing mega.

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  12. This Government self don tire me walahi..Which one be prepare for the worst again,when other Nations are moving higher and doing well with their citizenry..God please come to our rescue..

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  13. Oga the worst has happened may we nt encounter anything tougher than this again Haba!!!!!

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  14. Lord pls intervene and Mercy on us...

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  15. God forbid, am ain't preparing for any worst but for better days ahead....

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    1. I repeat wat u said!

      Am ain't preparing for any worst but for better days ahead

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  16. I think Nigerians should just brace up for whatever happens,.. Las Las ,we should just count being alive and healthy as one of the biggest gains of this year,May God see us all through πŸ™

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  17. There is nothing like the worst,we're coming out stronger.
    I wish they can curtail what those that have beaten the virus say,it makes people think that the virus is a hoax and that will increase the spread of the virus.
    God of ages past,please help your people.

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  18. Mr minister sorry to disappoint you Nigerians has seen it all and God in his infinit mercy is seeing us through. If there is any other worse than what we are in Nigeria under this present government, it's for you and yours. God will not allow it befall us.

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  19. God will see us through but meanwhile we should stick to the prevention measures

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  20. The samean that said he's ready for coronavirus before it even enters Naija,

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  21. The same man that said he's ready for coronavirus before it even enters Naija,

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